The Insurance Distribution Directive (“IDD”) intends to increase market transparency and strengthen customers protection.
The directive impacts all market players involved in the manufacturing and/or distribution of insurance products. To be compliant, manufacturers, intermediaries and third parties may have to review their distribution model but also embrace a new distribution culture.
This training session aims at making IDD requirements understandable for each and every employee, whatever their role within the company. We choose to approach the topic using the “client experience journey” as a basis to ease the understanding of how IDD impacts the daily responsibilities of the various departments and functions.
5 November 2020 (ENG) - Webinar format - 10am - 12pm
25 January 2021 (FR) - 10am - 12pm
18 May 2021 (ENG) - 10am - 12pm
Price: 300.00 €
Language: English, also available in French
Number of participants: max. 20
By the end of this course, participants will be able to:
The conflict of interests and detrimental impact to customers
Distribution & Client’s information
This training is coordinated by Anthony Dault and will be animated by Insurance experts.
Anthony is a Partner specialized in insurance/reinsurance and international tax structure, and is actively involved in PwC Luxembourg Reinsurance and Insurance Group (RIG), including the insurance and reinsurance regulatory team.
Anthony has 14 years of experience serving several multinationals, subsidiaries of European and US registered companies reporting under IFRS or Lux GAAP in the insurance and reinsurance sector, starting in 2003 in PwC Paris insurance department and in PwC Luxembourg.
Anthony has in recent years been involved in the development of the PwC Luxembourg insurance regulatory practice, with a strong focus on cross-border distribution as well as regulatory licencing projects. In that context, he co-heads the IDD service offering of PwC Luxembourg, and is a member of the ACA IDD working group.
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